Our version of Quadriga does not accept files over 2GB.  We only have
certain parts of Quadriga, the batch processor and Audio File Inspector,
that is why we use Wavelab as our editor and then process to the digital
archive through quadriga.

The process that a staff member used was not the way we do things, and as a
new staff member, for some ridiculous reason she had never been shown the
auto-split capability in wavelab by her predecessor.  She has now had
training as to how to follow protocol.


On Fri, Nov 26, 2010 at 8:41 PM, Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Marie,
> Your original post raised a couple of questions:
> 1) Won't Quadriga work in real time? I'm pretty certain that a colleague of
> mine uses Quadriga to scan files as they are being digitized. In real-time
> mode the file size doesn't matter (I think).
> 2) It sounds like you are doing destructive editing.  Why?
> Corey
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> At 12:54 PM 11/25/2010, you wrote:
>> Sorry that my email was as 'clear as mud'!  I have now resolved the
>> problem
>> and everything is back to normal.
>> Cheers
>> Marie
>> On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Marie O'Connell <[log in to unmask]>
>> wrote:
>> > We use Wavelab as our digital editor and Quadriga as our Audio file
>> > Inspector.  When we have files greater than 2GB they are simply not
>> accepted
>> > in Quadriga, I am not concerned with this presently.  The method we use
>> is
>> > to split these files in Wavelab and give them persistent identifier
>> codes to
>> > represent this.
>> >
>> > One new staff member, our Accessions person unfortunately was not shown
>> the
>> > correct procedure to split files using Wavelab.  It seems to me that she
>> has
>> > cut the file which is stereo and then pasted it into a mono New wavelab
>> file
>> > and the saved it that way.
>> >
>> > These files are born digital and downloaded from NZ radio stations.  Now
>> > that we no longer have the original second part of the original stereo
>> > download, what is the suggestion as to fix up the second part, of the
>> split
>> > (which is now mono) to fix this problem, considering the original part
>> had
>> > now been "saved as" in a new format?
>> >
>> > Marie
>> >